Teamwork is the key to delivering on the vision of connected cars for better performance and safety. CalAmp’s own work on this front involves close partnerships between multiple stakeholder groups — from mobile network operators, manufacturers and insurers; to dealers, service providers and drivers.
Many consumers are now shifting away from personal vehicle ownership. Vehicle rental agencies and car sharing programs fill the transportation gap for drivers who don’t need a vehicle every day. Can this model also benefit the fleet manager’s operations?
Connected vehicles and assets are part of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Using powerful, real-time data to direct asset management in areas including proactive maintenance, routing and getting the right size and mix of fleet vehicles.
Smart device and tag sensors provide a granular view into product location, temperature, humidity, light, shock and movement as it travels through the supply chain. On-demand data and customized alerts help ensure that the shipment remains within regulatory compliance and that supply chain governance is maintained.
Non-powered and medium value assets aren’t always high profile compared to heavy construction equipment or cargo containers. Yet, these tools, equipment and containers are vital for completing projects and orders.